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February 26, 2009


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Hi Lenn, I checked back with my tasting notes and I agreed with you on all three counts of wine and cheese pairings. I was tied with my preference for the Red Buddy and Lively Run blue. I hope I can find the Red Buddy around here. It was nice meeting you and I hope your trip back to Long Island went well. Celia

Celia: It was great to meet you as well (and see you at a couple different events).

We actually picked up a piece of the Red Buddy at Lakewood Vineyards right after my tasting at Atwater. It didn't last long though...

In addition to many great wines, the Finger Lakes is making a statement with farmstead cheeses. We were blessed to have Shannon lead this interesting tasting. Glad you were able to attend.

Teaser alert--Look for an article in the spring 2009 issue of Edible Finger Lakes (early April release) about the recent surge of amazing dairy products coming out of Central New York, as well as a wonderful article, written by Shannon, about one the best wines the Finger Lakes offers. We are definitely experiencing a culinary golden age in the FL!

Shannon is such a great asset here in the Finger Lakes and we are so lucky to have her. She would be a superstar in Napa, Sonoma, you name it. And her husband Paul is a great winemaker...talk about a power couple.

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